The GERM Seminar (Group for Educational Research in Mathematics) typically meets on Friday afternoons in Stevenson 332 to discuss topics related to Mathematics Education. Announcements of dates and topics in GERM will be posted on this page.
|Feb 15||2:05 - 3:05||STV 332||Neet Priya Bajwa (ISU), Jennifer Tobias (ISU)||Fostering Representational Fluency: Deepening Prospective Teacher’s Understanding of Multiplication|
|Feb 22||2:30 - 3:30||STV 311||David Barker (ISU), Matthew Winsor (ISU)||Strategies That Promote Knowledge Integration in Content and Methods Courses|
|Mar 1||2:00 - 3:00||STV 332||Monandi (ISU)||Connecting Properties of Groups and Fields to Properties of Real Numbers in a Mathematics Course for Prospective Middle-School Mathematics Teachers|
|Mar 8||2:00 - 3:00||STV 332||Jeffrey Barrett (ISU)||Establishing a student’s own theory of measurement: How do students develop and improve their knowledge of 3D space in Grades 6, 7 and 8?|
|April 19||2:00 - 3:00||STV 332||How does culture intersect with the learning of mathematics? Understanding Learning Patterns for African American Students in STEM Education|